The Phantom wrote:
The BioMag plan is Plan B. Elected officials couldn't agree on the engineering firm's Plan A, so they just had to go on that wild goose chase with our dollars.
As far as I know, Plan A is still in place and still meets federal government standards.
With all due respect Phantom, perhaps you should go back and re-read the article. I did a few times. It seems to me, what I got from the Era article, is that nobody has any idea what direction they should head in.
You are right that the BioTurd plan was touted as a "better plan" than plan A. So the logical thing to do would be to default to plan A if plan B is a no-go.
BUT the question we citizens have to ask is why are they so confused as to what to do this late in the game?
They should have a list of viable plans by now. And the correct one should be obvious.